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Wireless Networks For Dummies, Chapter 1

John Wiley & Sons (Written by Barry Lewis and Peter Davis)


Wireless Networks For Dummies , Chapter 1
Removing the tethers: Entering the wireless world


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Chapter 1 of Wireless Networks For Dummies by Barry Lewis and Peter Davis explains the risks and the rewards of going wireless, helps you sort out acronyms and types of wireless networks, and offers advice on planning, installing, administering and troubleshooting your wireless network. (Reproduced from the book, ' Wireless Networks For Dummies,' ISBN 0764541889, Copyright 2005. Reproduced by permission of John Wiley & Sons Inc., 111 River Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030-5774. Written permission from is required John Wiley & Sons Inc. for all other uses. Click here for a detailed description or to purchase this title directly from Wiley at a 15% discount. Discount to calculate upon checkout when visiting from TechTarget. Please use code aff15 if discount does not calculate automatically.)

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This was first published in March 2005

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